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    DPP Member LooWee Lipumano's Avatar
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    Re: The Manny Librodo Sharpening Technique



    Have anyone tried this technique using Lightroom 3?

    Share please. .
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    Re: The Manny Librodo Sharpening Technique

    Nice post. Got it using CS2.

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    Re: The Manny Librodo Sharpening Technique

    Here's my try:


    Unsharp Mask Routine by Little Frog Prince, on Flickr

    May not be fully noticeable on downsampled image such as this, but I can see the difference on 100% view.
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    Re: The Manny Librodo Sharpening Technique

    Works like a charm. Thanks for sharing.
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    Re: The Manny Librodo Sharpening Technique

    saved this as an action in photoshop, use this everytime i post process..thanksss
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    Re: The Manny Librodo Sharpening Technique

    haha. thought at first that this sharpening technique only worked for Canon users because of the USM, then read on and found out it actually meant unsharp mask!
    a great addition to my workflow as the final step i guess.
    cheers!
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    Re: The Manny Librodo Sharpening Technique

    Gotta learn Photoshop now!

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    Re: The Manny Librodo Sharpening Technique

    This is really great, works wonders with image quality. I have just turned this into a Photoshop action.
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    Re: The Manny Librodo Sharpening Technique

    Wow this is amazing! It actually sharpens the image without having to actually destroy the image like the normal sharp tool. All from the master! More more more!
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    Re: The Manny Librodo Sharpening Technique



    Terms are highly technical for a newbs like me.....but am trying coz i want to learn. Needs to practice tho.
    My knowledge about photography is improving and thanks for unselfishly sharing ur ideas and experties to TH like me. God bless....

 

 

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